Valeria Kelava & Ming Xi by Daniel Jackson for Vogue China February 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published January 10, 2011

Continuing with a theme of masculine tailoring paired with feminine silhouettes, the February issue of Vogue China enlists Daniel Jackson to shoot Valerija Kelava and Ming Xi for a series of sultry images. Styled by Tiina Laakkonen, Valerija and Ming don a wardrobe of crisp monochromatics featuring the works of Alexis Bittar, Dries Van Noten and Giorgio Armani in Handsome Women.










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19 thoughts on “Valeria Kelava & Ming Xi by Daniel Jackson for Vogue China February 2011”

  1. Ming is mesmerizing, I hope she becomes huge (career wise, not literally). And I love all the shoes in this, I’m such a sucker for strappy black heels.

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